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CHAPTER VIII. CLOTILDE BEGINS TO FORGE THE CHAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

CHAPTER VIII. CLOTILDE BEGINS TO FORGE THE CHAIN. * I CAN'T think why you want to run away always just as it is getting dusk of an even- ing,' said Edith Trelawney to her friend, Clotilde St. Pree, after they had been at Combe Stratton about a month. ' I have only been away twice,' answered Clotilde, apologetically, ' and you know what miserable headaches I have, dear. The dining room is so hot, I feel sometimes as if I must die. You must remember, Edith, that I am a true Bohemian, and like a free, out-door life.' ' But you never had it at Madame Chausse's ?' 'And so the instinct was stifled for the for your step, until I fancy all kinds of fool- ish things, Yon see that old portrait op- posite, of Sir Percy de Stratton?-well, I watched it last aught until I could have sworn I saw the eyes blink/ 1 How very absurd J' exclaimed the French girl, with a harsh little laugh ; ' yon must, indeed, have a powerful imagination. ' This is such a strange old place,' said Edith, half discontent...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE FIRST EPISTLE OF GEORGEIUS, TO JOHN MICHAEL THE FALSE PROPHET. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

(|rHE FIRST EPISTLE OF GEOR ! '* * G El US, y i . ' TO .. I JOHN MICHAEL THE FALSB PftOl'lIKT. 11.-It came to pass, on« night, that I who ph te this had eaten and drunken and was »ll ; and the sou was set and it was dark ïght : There wore around ino the distant iiwlings of ut ¡my dogs ; hud mewings of ats ; hut all else was still ; and behold ! 1 lept. I 2.-And if caine to pass, as I slept, that I ¡reamed a dream ; and in my dream tlicre ame to5 me one, whose beard ; wai "white, and rho seemed to. be like a well known friend ; ?itt when I looked, it was not him, :buj nether. 3.-And he lifted up his voice and said, ^Dreamer, I am come to tell thee Of things ¿hat have been and «are to be, and I am to show yon the reason,why and be said to fas'look: jhyt.'-And I looked, and behold I saw a town |i the bank bf a river ; and there Was one lumpy here and another humpy there, and mich waste land. 5. -And it seemed to mo that there were trange people in this town who walked about nth their e...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Penrich. PENRITH BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

FENRïÉï WMOftJim COUNCIL/ A MEETING of the above was held pu Thurso day last. Present!--The Mayor, Aldermen Stuart, Smith, Dempsey, Reddaa and Andrews. i - MINUTES. . ' "j The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. COREESPONDENOE, A letter was read from the Registrar General asking for returns, and stating that the returns sent were not those required ; what was wanted was a return of the receipts and estimated expenditure, and not as to who were defaulting Ratepayers, &c. The letter was received, and the Council Clerk directed to fill up tilts proper return form. MOTIONS. Alderraara Dempsey mored that applica- tions be invited, from persons willing to make a valuation of all Ratable property within the Municipality. He saidbe at one time thought that they could take the old assess meat, but now linds that upon referring to ; the act that it would be illegal to do so, al- though it had been done in Windsor and Richmond. The Mayor said they must have two valuers...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MARRIAGE OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE OF RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

MARRIAGE OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE OF RUSSIA. Arnoros of the marriage of the Duke of Edinburgh, tho St. Petersburg correspondent of the ¡Standard observes that, although the Courts of England and Russia have nearly always been on the most friendly terms, there has been no matrimonial alliance between the reigning families. The only marriage of this kind on record is that between one of the greatest of thc carly Russian princes and the daughter of the last King of the Saxon race. 8axo (Jrammaticus relaies that afier the battle of Hastings the two sons of Harold ii ed to Denmark, accompanied hy their sister Gyda, who afterwards married the reigning Prince of Russia, Vladimir the Monomachist. Some historians have thought that Ivan the Fourth willied to marry Elizabeth of England. But, though there may have been no foundation for belief, it is certain that thc .very ^axions to^ closely connected, with England, thinking that an alliance with that country would enable him -to carry on more suc...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Paragrams. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

A boy who was called up by hn teacherj for giving his schoolmate a black eye,- pleaded! that he only threw a bit of water at him ; butS on being pressed. in the cross-examination,! he at last admitted that the water was! frozen. .. ;.| A boy stood an umbrella, with a cord tied ¡J to it, in a public doorway, Eleven personsj thought that umbrella was theirs, and carried -; it with them the length of the string. They^ then dropped it, and went off without once ^ looking back or stooping to pick it up again.*; Mrs. Osgood, a Boston poetess, says-> í ' Two tilings break the monotony Of an Atlantic trip ; . Sometimes, alas ! ' we ship a 6ea,' Sometimes we e see a ship.' ' When there is not a breath of air stirring, and yöu are in danger of stifling, attempt to light a cigar out of doors, and yon will bef surprised at the breeze that will start up. We have seen a man try this experiment inj a dead calm, and by the time bc had scratched thirteen tnatches it was really so uncomfort- able....

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PENRITH POLICE COURT. MONDAY, April 13th, 1874. (BEFORE J. M'Carthy and J. K. Cleve Esqs., J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

PENRITH POLICE COURT. MÖNDAY, April 13th, 1874. (BEkmrc J. McCarthy and J. K. Cleve, Esqs., J.P's.) OBSTRUCTING ROADWAY.-Hugh Carry was fined 5's. and costs for obstructing the roadway, by putting down wood upon it. I A VOTARY OF BACCHUS.-A gentleman from St. Mary's answered the charge of being drunk and disorderly, but pleaded in mitiga- tion that he had that morning taken tho pledge for two years of his natural life. In consideration of this grand act on the¡part of defendant, their Worships fined him in the small sum of ls. The defendant thereupon pleaded that as he was a tailor and only the ninth part of a man, they ought, only to fine him as a ninth part. Their Worships did not see the thing in this light, so the worthy knight of the «hears had to stump up the vainc of four pints of soldiers glory.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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CHAPTER IX.[?] THE FIRST LINK IN THE CHAIN, [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

- í i ¿il; i Vi ll Ï HtraayiSG ^ng^j^^lp^^^ty^^ß at last, at a small rustic arbonr close '4n-ib#f - mer's bank, and paased-one second to *í^f|y to the 'murmurons ripple of the wal^^fcfc^ she crossed the threshold, and eáld, «hllerJ"^ her breath, * Are you there V * % » - f AU right,' answered, a voice out of the", gloom. 1 Yon aro confoundedly laj» V < I couldn't help it, and now Ï don't dare stay! What do you wan* with me?' ' What a question I Do you take me for i a fool?* ' No,* was tlw sharp, decided ' retort-. " « You are more knave, assuredly. But come, be quick, and say what you have to say. I told you I was in a hurry.* 1 Then you must meet me to-night in Sir Percy's dressing-room. If I am flurried, everything goes out of my head.' ' Nonsense ! You can't have forgotten so soon. And, if you remember, I told you I would not go there again, unless there were some urgent necessity. Strong as my nerves are naturally, that is almost too much for them.' * Do you want a ne...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
The Australian. SATURDAY, MARCH 18TH. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

5Tl)c Australian. SATURDAY, MARCH 18TH. 1874. MR. PARKES seems determiaed to pass the .new Electoral Bill this session, and has stated that this Bill met the case of a crying griev- ance, which was the inequality of representa- tion. We are sorry to have to differ from the hon. gentleman but we do so. The Bill in question is full of objections, and many of them are pointed out in the speech of Mr. John Robertson, as reported in Thursday's Herald as follows :-He by no mtíane con- curred with the view of those hon. gentle- men who seemed to him to ba under the im- pression that the only fault to be found in this bill was in the schedules, and in his opinion those hon. members were mistaken, who Bupposed that the measure was likely to pass without discussion upon other matters than schedules. If hon. members would turn to clause 7, they would seo that whilst pro- vision was made for the angmentation of the representation in other parts of the country, nothing, of the kind was proposed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

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CENTRAL MACDONALD [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

CENTRAL MACDONALD A complimentary dinner was given to William Smitb. Hall, Esq., J. P., on 6th April, at Delander's inn, St. Albans, for the purpose of marking the respect felt for that gentleman on his leaving the Macdonald district, where he has resided for upwards of 15 years. The chair was occnpied by Nathaniel Taylor, Esq., *M.R.C.S. On his right sat the guest of the

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

THE HUMAN HAIR STRENGTHENED ESÍ BELLISHED, AND PRESERVED BY THE USE OF Pratt's Celebrated DEVONIAN CREAM. THIS preparation has now l>een before, the Australian pu Mic for upwards of twenty i years, and from i ti? first introduction to the present I time, the demand for it has been steadily increasing. It keeps the hair from falling off; embellishes its appearance ; prevents it from turning prematurely gray. Prepared and 6old Wholesale and Retail by W. PRATT, CHEMIST and DRUGGIST, 521, George Street, Sydney. PRICE, 2s. 6d. AND 4s. 6d. PER BOTTLE. To all affected with Gout, Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout, Tic Doloureux, Sciatica, and Rheumatic Pains in the Head and Face. Dr. Southam's Gout and Rheumatic Pills. A safe and simple remedy, are strongly recommended; they give immediate relief, and cure in a few days. Prepared only by W. PRATT, Chemist, 521, George Street, Sydney, Agent«:-Windsor-Mr. J. T. Neilson* " Richmond-Mr. R. B. Hughes. ' Sf. Mary's-Mr. J. Guild. W. H. HULL, SADDLER A...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Town Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

Cûton Calli. CURE OP SNAKE BITE.-A son of Mr. John Books of Sackvijte Reach, was bitten three weeks ago, just above the ancle, by a large brown snake. The lad ran to hi6 father who was at work close by, and he at once tied a chalk line round the ancle to act as a liga- ture ; he then got a pin and shoved it through each tooth mark, lifting the flesh with it and cut the pieces out with a knife ; he then fomented the place with salt and warm water ; he then got a breast nipple used for drawing milk from the breasts of females, and with that instrument he sucked all the blood from the wound ; he then procured some ammonia and applied it to the wounded part, and administered a spoonful of French brandy every half hour. The poisoned pai't tnrned black and in five I days fell out. The lad felt a great inclina I tion to sleep but was kept awake all night, and was then permitted to have a little sleep being watched all the time, and upon a short- ness of breathing being noticed he was again...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SHADOW HAND. A THRILLING ROMANCE. CHAPTER VII. [?]GHT ON THE WING; OR, AN OLD FEIEND IN A NEW CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

I *' v CHAPTER VIL POS? 03ST THE WISO; OB, AN OLD FEIEND IN A 3STSW CHARACTER. . should hope so,' was Lord Fiomore's ~ comment. Bat aloud he answered, id because I happen to be a little superior Giles, it is to be visited upon me in way! If my manners are better than ; it shows I can be trusted better; and, store, you are safer with me than yon Td be with him.' was the defective logic of his speech struck Mary even more than its dan Ions sophistry ; for she had not quite lost reasoning powers as yet, and was natu iy acate. People may be very polite, and yet not ye any principle or right feeling.' 1 Upon my word, you are very uncompli tary, Mary !' didn't mean that for you, Mr. Grey. J| it is so sometimes ; and so manners can't Ve anything, you know. If Giles is awk rd and boorish, he has a heart of gold ; d if I were in great trouble at any time, d wanted a friend, I should always go to * Not if I were within reach. Marv.' I She looked up searchingly into his eyes, as f she would re...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, April 11th, 1874. (BEFORE J. B. Johnstone, W. Lamrock, Esqs. J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

WJNDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, April llth, 1874. (BEFORE J. B. Johnstone, W. Lamrock, Esqs. J.P's.) VAGRANCY.-James Berry was charged with vagrancy, and being and old offender was sent to jail for six months. DRDNK AND DISORDERLY.-John White pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly, and it being his first offence he was dis- charged with a caution. OBTAINING MONEY nv FALSE PRETENCES, j Silvester Augustus Benedick Primrose, j alias Kilchela, alia6 Freeman, was brought np on remand charged with obtaining from one Joseph Heran the sum of 30s. by false pre- tences. Tho following fresh evidence was ! taken : Edward Broomfield senior constable sta- tioned in Sydney, said he knew the defendant about 10 years ; witness has been stationed in Sydney about 20 years ; ho knows Liver- pool-street in that city ; he does not know any house in that street numbered 310 ; there is no such number in that street ; there is a block of ground but no house on it ; it is between number 308 and number ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

Cricket. A BINGLE wicket match was commenced on Monday and finished on Tuesday at Windsor between three of the Caddai and three of the Windsor Clubs. The play was very good on both sides so far as the batting and bowling was concerned ; but the lidding of the Caddai team was rather loose. P. M'Guire for Caddai in the tírst innings stood Go balls from Martin for 3 runs? ; M. Horan ll balls for none, and E. Roberts 88 balls from Martin und 5<> bails from B. Barnett for ll 30 bali* for 2 rans. B; Barnett for Windsor stood 27 balls from" Roberts for 3 rone^ Hr Martin IO balls from Roberts and 9 from M. Horan for 4 rans, and W. Hall 16 ball« from Horan fur 1 run. In their JPCOnd; innings W.'Holl played ffS balls from^oran for 1 ran j Martin 10 balls for 8 runs; Barnett the last man going to the wicket on the second day of the match to get 13 to tie and 13 to win played 26 balls for none.. The following is the score t CADDAI.--1st Innings. P. M'Guire, b Martia M. Horan, b Ma...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

Wiüdsor-street, Richmonds , fj 3 Doors from Mr. Ducker's ] * E. B. HUGHES B"EGS to thank tile inhabitants of Rich- mond, and surrounding districts, for the very liberal, patronage accorde! to him since opening business, and hopes by strict atten- tion to the same, to merit further continuance of their favors. Family receipts entrusted to his care, will be faithfully, and accurately dispensed with Pure Drugs. N.B. . All kinds of Genuine Patent Medi- cines, Perfumery, Scented Soaps, Hair, Nail, and Tooth Brushes, Combs, &c. Barry's Pearl Cream, Godfrey's extract of El- der-flower, and Rowland s Kalydor, for im- proving, beautifying, and preserving the com- plexion, Calvert's Carbolic Acid .Soap, for softening the skin, preventing irritation, and removing the effects of perspiration, Floriline, and Rowland's Odontö, for the teeth, Pratt's Devonian Cream, Botanic Cream* and Hughes' Moeline, for the growth of the hair. TEETH EXTRACTED. TESTÏMONALS' I have much pleasure in bearing...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

i:' .. .Auctioneers«. I A ÏÏO T I O îî EU RS, pr AND . .. IGENERAL COMMISSIONAGENTS, r EÏCHMQNB, .WINDSOR, AND SYDNEY. I C. R. ßEÖWELt conducts Sales by Auolion on pTiiesday étíi Friday, át Ballway Teríñinus, Sydney, fi? Account Sales tendered and Market advices given jpn day niter sole, at our Windsor Office, I ELLIS SC COiyïPAÍSIY» [Auctioneers & Commission Agents, I RAILWAY AUCTION PRODUCE DEPOT, I 763. George-btreet South. I . SYDNEY. jjr. fpt tbe sale of Cattle, 8heep, Lambs, Pig«, Calves, pam. Àhâ Dairy Produce, Wool, Tallow, Hides, iiheepskinij, &ß. W-ßtyitl«*- 'Sates-Tttesdays. Thursdays, $ Fridays. t7 411 Prodis- fonrairded will, on receipt of advice, be rn mo ved to the Depot, from the Railway Station ir Wham* 5: PRKE OF CHARGE TO THE SENDER. to>.'fri ... .. ... i ..'-,.. ü SÍEDICALJ^OVERY!! A »AVK \Xm CBItT.tIS SURE FOR TOOTHACHE.! HAVING suffered severely from the above j distressing malady, and after trying j 'the best known remedies without experienc...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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ARRIVALS OF RIVER CRAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 18 April 1874

ARRIVALS OP RIVER CRAFT. Eva (s. s.) 64 tons from Terrigall, with 14000 feet planking for the bridge works. Hard Times (Evermgham) from Lower Portland, with maize, poultry and eggs. Suffolk (Leet) from Sackville Keach, with maize, poultry and eggs. Forget-me-not (Musgrove) from Sackville Reach, with maize, poultry and eggfe. Better Times (Chiseling) from Wiseman's Ferry with maize, poultry and eggs.

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The Australian. SATURDAY, MARCH 25TH. 1874. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 April 1874

Wqt QUistraUatt» - J1. . ?? 1 ' t '?' lilli SATURDAY, MARCH 25TH. 1874. Ona Penrith Friends appear to us to have been as unhappy with their Municipal Institu- tion as any other persons in the Colony. The fact is that the colony was not ripe Tor the establishment of Municipalities upon such an extensive scale äs the Act provides. The Act is too ponderous in its nature, and too costly in its working, many of the "Clauses contradict each other, so that it requires a mind of some legal acumen to master its provisions. We were inclined to believe that Penrith would have made a better fist of it than she has done j but an error was made in the first instance in taking such a large extent of country into the Municipality, and we are very much afraid that no benefit will accrue to the Ratepayers, The district ls too large, and tho amount of money to be Obtained from local taxation too small to do what is absolutely required in the con- struction and maintenance of the streets. Like all new ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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Tomn Talk. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 25 April 1874

Coton Calli. _._«rt ._ LOCAL MARKETS.-It will be recollected that on the 28th of Jane last, we published an article calling attention to the desirability of establishing markets or fair days in Wind- sor and Richmond, to take place periodically, and in order to carry out that suggestion, we at the solicitation of a «umber of farmers, waited upon the Minister for Works, (Mr. Sutherland) aud requested him to reduce the Railway fares on those daySi Mr, Suther- land however was not favourable to tho scheme at that time, and declined to accede to the request ; but he promised to reduce the Railway carrying rates, in order to allow the poor farmer to be placed on an equal footing with his richer neighbour, charging pro fata for all produce carried by rail. That promise was kept, and the farmers ever since have been able to send a single pig, calf, or a few pairs of fowls &c, at the same rates as if they forwarded a whole or half a truck load. Since then it appears that the Ministe...

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